Housing Safety Conference

5 November 2020 | County Hall, London & Online

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A dynamic approach to the future of building safety


The safety of our homes is crucial. With the introduction of the new building safety regulator, the wake of the Grenfell tower disaster and following recommendations by Dame Judith Hackitt in the ‘Building a Safer Future’ report, social housing providers are facing core changes. Brought to you by Inside Housing, the Housing Safety Conference aims to provide insight, ideas and tools to assist housing associations in achieving safer homes.

The conference will address the existing culture around building safety practice and the people and skills needed within an organisation to drive forward a dynamic and collaborative approach to the future of housing safety.
Through a range of keynote presentations, panel discussions, open debate, the Housing Safety Conference will be a one-stop shop for insight, practical guidance and support in key areas including:


What the new building safety regulator means for social housing
Skills, people and recruitment: who does your organisation need?
Building safety managers and beyond: the skills you need and the recruitment approach that will get them
An evaluation of the impact of the Fitness for Human Habitation Act
The latest insight and regulatory case studies on asbestos, gas and electrical safety
Risks arising from the drive for zero carbon homes – and how to mitigate them
The golden thread: Emerging tech solutions for the housing sector

Confirmed Speakers Include

Amy Casterton

Amy Casterton

Andy Howell

Andy Howell

Barbara Richardson

Barbara Richardson

Barry Cummins

Barry Cummins

Ben Jenkinson

Ben Jenkinson

Brian Berry

Brian Berry

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EVENT INFORMATION

  • Thursday 5 November 2020
  • etc. venues, County Hall
  • Belvedere Rd
  • London, SE1 7PB
  • & online
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